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- Families can talk about when the ends justify the means. Drew tries to justify using his power to spy on others, and he recruits another sidekick to help him steal a car during a rescue mission. Is Drew right to use his special skills in these situations?
Why do you think books about kids with unusual powers -- sorcery, superhero traits, supernatural abilities -- are so popular? Would this story still work if the teens were involved with, say, a junior police officer training program instead of H.E.R.O.?
One of the teens means well but follows the wrong path. Do you think the consequences are fitting?
- Author: John David Anderson
- Genre: Adventure
- Topics: Superheroes, Friendship, Misfits and Underdogs
- Book type: Fiction
- Publisher: Walden Pond Press
- Publication date: June 25, 2013
- Publisher's recommended age(s): 8 - 12
- Number of pages: 384
- Available on: Nook, Audiobook (unabridged), Hardback, iBooks, Kindle
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